You can never argue with success. For a young organization reaching out to almost one million members in such a short span of time is a living testament to VMobile’s groundbreaking and highly admired empowerment platform. No one in the history of network marketing, around the world, has one company successfully distributed products that people really buy. VMobile’s line up of prepaid products are being “bought”, not sold! Something that other network marketing companies strive to achieve with their hard-to-sell and usually expensive products but fail to do so. We are the pioneers of the universal loading business model and by far, we are the leading and the strongest that it would be an outright injustice to even compare ourselves to newbies and wannabe’s.
Last year’s financial performance according to what I heard from the grapevine was indeed a cause for all of us to celebrate. This year promises to be no less.
But deep inside me, I am troubled with some facts and figures on certain areas that we may be overlooking right now and may cause some serious problems in the future. As a networker, I would keep this thought at bay and prop up a positive mindset. But as a business owner myself, I can’t help but be alarmed at the drastic growth of the company that does not tally up with the actual performance on the ground.
More than 280,000 TP’s today but we only have 17% who are active. And of the combined number of TP’s and TU’s, which is about 900,000 members, only 15% are buying or selling our products. The rest have either abandoned their accounts or were abandoned by their uplines. While the others are still clueless as to why they are here. If we see a decline in the number of performers next year, then it could eventually lead to our demise and the once proud empowerment programs can end up powerless.
We are not part of the management team. It is their job to plan for and strategize on how to avert a possible collapse. And I am very confident with the leadership of Sir Jun that they already know all this and will know how to deal with it.
But as proud members of VMobile, what can we do to help the company improve on its overall performance? What can we contribute individually and collectively to ensure that VMobile will be there for generations to come?
Is it time for us to re-evaluate our own programs and business practices that could be beneficial only for us but detrimental to the company?
I may be wrong you know. I may have over exaggerated the possible scenarios. However, we are all on the same boat and there is a brewing storm up ahead. No one can say if the dark clouds will dissipate or turn into an ugly monster. But whatever comes up, I think we should all just row our boat in one steadfast motion, one direction, one goal. That goal should be focused on moving towards a direction that will be good for the Company. Because whatever is good for the Company will also be good for us all.
Enjoy the rest of the day everyone!
by Bobbi Rio
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